This week, I’ve been feeling grateful that I have places close to home where I can chase little creatures around with my camera. Of course, insects and spiders live just about everywhere, but between my backyard prairie garden and the small restored prairies on the other side of my small town, I’m set up pretty well. During the last five or six days, I’ve had some really nice light to work with, and have managed to capture quite a few images of tiny prairie animals, either in my yard or across town. Here are three of those:
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